Aspirin for A headache treatment

We have 191 consumer reports for treatment of A headache with Aspirin. A headache used in 50% of cases.

Patients statistics on A headache for Aspirin

Female
Male

Average weight in Lbs
150.51
186.21

Average height in Ft
5′ 6″
5′ 9″

Average age
38
39

Aspirin Circle Diagram 95 consumers of 191 reported about A headache

  1. Timothy A. Boggs says:
    1.0 rating

    Aspirin for Depression; A headache

    Like many of us, I’ve had to try a lot of Mrdeikamnente. Because every human being has a different change of metabolism. Zyprexa the hell. Solian increases depression, only tolerable in combination. Seroquel by feeling O.K. however, abnormal weight gain. Now combination of Abiliy 20 mg, Trevilor 75mg retard, Dominal 40- 80mg, tags sometimes Asperin. I can only say I have not felt so comfortable for years. Certainly worth a try for others too. Schorse

    Side effects: No side effects
  2. Preston L. Canter says:
    2.0 rating

    Aspirin for Flu; A headache

    Approximately 1/2 hour after taking the aspirin tablet severe upper abdominal pain additionally slight swelling of the extremities (fingers). Severe swelling of the nasal mucosa, no breathing through the nose possible. The entire course after the first sign of pain (abdomen) lasts about 1 to 1 1/2 hours. No further damage

  3. Melissa M. Vaccaro says:
    3.0 rating

    Aspirin for Flu; A headache

    Speak specifically of aspirin + C as effervescent tablets. If you have a cold, help preventively. After a night of drinking in combination with magnesium a true miracle cure;)) Side effects None.

    Side effects: No side effects
  4. Karin F. Mitchell says:
    3.0 rating

    Aspirin for Pharyngitis; Fever; A headache

    Aspirin Complex helps with a cold immediately. However, I take only 1-2 bags a day. After taking my headache is gone, the nose is released and I am more powerful again. However, when used with fever I sweat extremely after taking. But it helps.

    Side effects: No side effects
  5. Paula L. Taylor says:
    3.0 rating

    Aspirin for A headache

    After taking Aspirin Complex, it began to itch on both backs of the hands about 30 minutes later – and some red areas turned red, itched like devils and swelled slightly. Another 10min. later it began to swell in the eyes. And after a 1h both eyes were swollen shut. (about 8 hours later) Now while I write this report, the puffiness on the eyes are already on the decline and I think tomorrow are the eyes back to normal. I received cortisone tablets and an antihistamine from the doctor – which also helped quickly against the itching of the hands and eyes. The hands were ok again after 3-4 hours. Luckily, it did not hurt – and my wife and I laughed a lot about it today. I hope for others it works out as well as mine. Get well soon

  6. Steven J. Hooten says:
    3.0 rating

    Aspirin for A headache

    About 3 hours after taking the aspirin began to tingle my lower lip and swelled, it also began later on the upper lip and I looked as if I have my lips sprayed on the threefold .. when I woke up the next morning swollen an eye and the nose swelled a bit … then I am the doctor and have received tablets where it swelled in the course of the day. do an allergy test now …

    Side effects: Eyelid swelling
  7. Daniel S. Townsend says:
    3.5 rating

    Aspirin for Pain (acute); A headache

    I had acute pain (at night) and did not know how to continue. So I grabbed Aspirin. It should be the first and last time. I am a severe allergic and did not know anything about the deadly effects of aspirin at the time. The acetylsalicylic acid contained in it, which is also present in many other painkillers, was almost fatal to me. Sweating, shortness of breath, fever, circulatory collapse and that for a few hours.

  8. Eunice D. Hayes says:
    4.0 rating

    Aspirin for A headache

    I rarely take aspirin, mostly for headache or general pain. The headaches usually occur in connection with weather changes. I have migraine-like seizures in absolutely high-pressure weather, so when it’s beautifully bright and clear outside. Then I crawl into the cool. My blood pressure is usually very low and with every movement then the headache in the back of my head. The tablets (without vitamin C and the normal ones to be taken with water) help me if I have pain in my legs, such as pain. B. have stitches or pressure in the veins. Since I have a lot of varicose veins and thus often swollen legs, and can not stand without (light) support stockings, I have come to the conclusion that this drug helps best when I am in pain. It may be due to the blood-thinning or anti-inflammatory effect, however. There may be side effects, such as tremors and restlessness, or heart-piercing, which may increase with a short repetitive or double dose. These can only be corrected by taking vitamin B12 or multivitamin tablets. Whereby the whole thing intensifies again due to the thickening of the blood by the vitamins. But most of the time, the side effects disappeared. Since I rarely have the pain, I think it may not be so bad to take the tablets now and then. Other drugs such as vein and blood pressure-increasing tablets have no positive effect on me. Rather a negative, because a doctor told me that these harm the liver in the long term. Of course, aspirin can do that, but as I said, I do not take that often. Maybe someone has made other experiences here?

    Side effects: Tremble
  9. Pamela R. Armor says:
    4.5 rating

    Aspirin for A headache

    Mirena was warmly recommended by my gynecologist. As of April 2010, I got her employed. The first day I have constant pains in the abdomen, sometimes more vain. Constant spotting until one week ago stopped. Libido loss, the first few weeks of vaginal rash, forgetfulness, lack of concentration, depression, mood swings, sometimes anxiety. In between, I had circulatory problems like never before, I almost fainted (while I have 2 small children) the complaints have lasted about 7 days. Of course, had to take medication betavert against dizziness. As soon as this problem was solved, the next one was there! I had such pain in my stomach that I could barely move. It was said by the doctor, everything was normal it was the acclimatization time! Today 12.05.2010 I have finished the whole and let the Mirena rausmachen. Everything was great!!!

    Side effects: Anxiety states; Stomach pain
  10. Robert E. White says:
    1.0 rating

    Aspirin for A headache

    tired

    Side effects: Fatigue
  11. Anastacia J. Nelson says:
    3.5 rating

    Aspirin for A headache

    Quincke edema, mainly swelling of the neck but at least without further headache.

    Side effects: Angioedema; Allergic reaction
  12. Francis M. Lackey says:
    3.5 rating

    Aspirin for A headache

    Aspirin hardly works for headaches, side effects are sudden swelling of the face, tongue, hands and feet!

    Side effects: Swelling
  13. Walter B. Powell says:
    4.5 rating

    Aspirin for A headache

    Swelling of the left hand and the eye, this allergy is called Quincke edema, the trigger for me was an aspirin, which I normally can not take. Will not I continue to have headaches in the future?

  14. Darrick H. Perkins says:
    3.0 rating

    Aspirin for A headache

    Aspirin aggravated respiratory distress in asthmatic. Immediately after taking aspirin, I had much more difficulty exhaling than before and after several hours. Even my asthma medication (Aerodur) could hardly give me any relief. Connection was confirmed by three pharmacists. Note d. Mod .: Aspirin is contraindicated in asthmatics.

    Side effects: Difficulty in breathing
  15. Louise B. Beers says:
    3.5 rating

    Aspirin for A headache

    Strong Quinke edema on the chin over 2 days. Can cause shortness of breath and suffocation in the neck area.

    Side effects: Difficulty in breathing
  16. Gary B. Chatman says:
    4.0 rating

    Aspirin for A headache

    I often have a headache (maybe it’s migraine) and get it when you get stronger, sometimes with a tablet. The headache disappeared within about 2 hours, but then my stomach started to rebel. This went temporarily into stronger abdominal cramps and then finally into the multiple defecation over (which one can at least accelerate a little by drinking a lot of water). Unfortunately, these cramps lasted for several hours and forced me to the toilet every 15 minutes to the climax (I always tried to balance the loss of water). Slowly it got better,

    Side effects: Stomach cramps; Diarrhea